Basquiat HOLLYWOOD AFRICANS All-Over Long-Sleeve Shirt
Bold Design for the Fashion-Forward Individual
This shirt features a bold all-over print of Jean-Michel Basquiat's iconic "HOLLYWOOD AFRICANS" painting, showcasing your unique style and appreciation for contemporary art. Made with high-quality materials, this shirt is both comfortable and durable, perfect for daily wear or a special occasion. With its eye-catching design, you'll be sure to turn heads and make a statement wherever you go.
Exceptional Quality for Lasting Wear
Not only is the Basquiat HOLLYWOOD AFRICANS All-Over Long-Sleeve Shirt visually striking, but it is also made with exceptional quality. Crafted with care, this shirt is designed to last for years to come. The soft and breathable fabric ensures that you stay comfortable, even on the hottest days. The shirt is machine washable and easy to care for, making it a practical addition to your wardrobe. Invest in a piece that will remain a staple in your closet for years to come.
Express Your Individuality with Basquiat
Jean-Michel Basquiat was a legendary artist known for his unique and innovative approach to art. With the Basquiat HOLLYWOOD AFRICANS All-Over Long-Sleeve Shirt, you can express your love for his art and your own individuality. This shirt is perfect for anyone who appreciates art, fashion, and creativity. It is a bold and unique piece that sets you apart from the crowd. By wearing this shirt, you can pay homage to one of the greatest artists of our time and showcase your own personal style.
This is a premium medium weight long sleeve shirt. The all-over print featured is Basquiat's artwork Hollywood Africans.
- 100% medium weight cotton jersey
- Unisex, Adult size XS-XL, Slightly oversized fit
- Ribbed neck and sleeve hem
- Relaxed crewneck
- Made in Turkey
- Machine wash cold, inside-out and tumble dry low to preserve color
About the artwork: Jean-Michel Basquiat created this work during a trip to Los Angeles on the occasion of his solo exhibition. Hollywood Africans includes a self-portrait of Basquiat as well as portraits of his friends, the artists Rammellzee and Toxic, who were traveling with him. Basquiat referred to the three as African “Americans in Hollywood” and included references to the film industry with its stereotypes of Black characters and limited roles for Black actors.